Default Mode: A Humorous Take on Tech Defaults

Have you ever stopped to consider how the default settings on your tech devices affect your life? No? Well, fear not, dear reader. I’m here to shed some light on the matter, in a slightly humorous way, of course.

The Default Email Client on Mac

Let’s start with the default email client on Mac. You know the one I’m talking about. The one that frustrates you every time you accidentally click on a mailto link and it opens up that dreaded app. You know you don’t want to use it, but it’s always there, lurking in the background, waiting to pounce.

But fear not, my fellow Mac users. There is a way to change the default email client. Simply go to System Preferences, click on Mail, and choose your preferred app. Voila! No more accidental openings of the default client.

How to Reset Default Apps on Android

Now, let’s move on to Android. Specifically, let’s talk about those pesky default apps that you can never seem to get rid of. You know the ones I’m talking about. The ones that always pop up when you click on a certain type of file or link.

But fear not, my fellow Android users. There is a way to reset the default apps. Simply go to Settings, click on Apps, and then click on the three dots in the top right corner. From there, click on Reset App Preferences. Voila! No more pesky default apps.


So there you have it, folks. A humorous take on tech defaults. While they may be frustrating at times, there is always a way to change them. Don’t let the defaults control your life. Take control and make your tech work for you.